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Pakistan: Job vacancy for sanitary workers only limited to ‘non-Muslims’, discriminatory ad sparks outrage

Pakistani Hindu rights activists questioned as to why such menial jobs are allocated to non-Muslims specifically.

Fact-check: Is Shiromani Gurudwara Prabandhak Committee asking devotees to enter Harmandir Sahib without a mask?

Last year the SGPC had refused to ask devotees to wear masks at Harmandir Sahib, and had asked who were wearing to remove it

‘Jamia University terminated 23 employees from Valmiki community, no money for food’ – emotional video of terminated sanitation employees go viral

Jamia university terminated 23 employees of Valmiki community who had been working at the university for 15 to 20 years

The Caravan’s ‘health journalist’ is upset that BMC sanitised the Bachchans’ residence after Amitabh and Abhishek test positive for coronavirus

Health journalist Vidya Krishnan shows ignorance of health protocol for Coronavirus, objects to sanitisation of COVID-19 patient

Minority Christians are forced to do manual scavenging work in the Islamic Republic of Pakistan: Report

Municipalities in Pakistan rely heavily on Christians for manual scavenging as Muslims refuse to clean the gutters and the Christian minorities have few other employment options.

JNU sanitation workers forced to work with no masks and wages for 3 months amidst Coronavirus outbreak: Report

Besides denying monthly wage, the JNU administration has not provided the sanitation workers with basic protective gear such as gloves and masks.

Karnataka: Sanitation workers threatened, attacked near a Mosque in Chikmagalur, one injured

One sanitation worked identified as Manjunath has been severely attacked causing injuries to him. A lady worker Geeta was also threatened by the mob while on duty near the mosque premises. The injured sanitation worker has been admitted into a hospital.

Madhya Pradesh: Sanitation workers attacked by a mob with axes, rods and sticks, one worker badly injured, main accused Adil arrested

The Sanitation workers were working in a Muslim majority area when a mob led by one Adil attacked them with axes and sticks

Hindpiri, Ranchi: Sanitation workers refuse to disinfect the area after residents spit at them, throw spit-ridden 10 rupees notes at them

Residents of Hindpiri spit on sanitation workers trying to disinfect area after numerous cases of the Wuhan Coronavirus was reported there.

Prime Minister Modi dedicates Global Goalkeeper Award conferred by Gates Foundation to citizens of India

Prime Minister Modi was awarded the Global Goalkeeper Award last night for the 'Swachh Bharat Abhiyan' from Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation in New York.

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